GAA tweets: Now this is what you call strength in depthEoin 'Bomber' Liston tweeted a pic of a Kerry subs bench from back in the day ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It is hard for them to get up and get going against the likes of Mayo and Galway."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe O'Byrne Cup and FBD Connacht league finals took centre stage on a busy afternoon of club and county, football and hurling activity.
Pre-season finals top the billThe O'Byrne Cup final in Newbridge and Connacht FBD League final in Kiltoom take centre stage in what promises to be another busy afternoon of GAA fare.
Team news: Armagh and Derry line-ups for McGurk finalArmagh and Derry have named their hurling teams for the final of the inaugural Conor McGurk tournament in Queen's University tonight.
"If it was a Gaelic match it would be no contest!"Neil Lennon has joked how his Bolton Wanderers team would beat Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool in the FA Cup tomorrow if it was a Gaelic football match!
Ulster chief defends McKenna CupUlster Council president Martin McAviney has shrugged off criticism of the Dr McKenna Cup.
McGeeney slams comical defendingKieran McGeeney was disappointed with the manner of the three first half goals Armagh conceded in their McKenna Cup semi-final defeat to Tyrone last night.
Three games in seven months followed by six in one month!Tyrone will play an unbelievable six competitive matches during the month of January.
McKenna Cup: Red Hands stroll past ArmaghTyrone are through to yet another Dr McKenna Cup final after crushing Armagh in front of 7,552 spectators at the Athletic Grounds, 3-10 to 1-8.
TG4 announce GAA schedule which features 48 gamesAfter the annual winter lay-off, TG4's Gaelic Games 2015 season begins at the beginning of February and will run continuously until early summer.
As it happened: Wednesday's McKenna Cup Match TrackerTwo intriguing Dr McKenna Cup semi-finals went down for decision tonight.
Championship draws madeThe draw for the 2015 senior football championship has been made.
Clubs learn their fateClubs in the senior and junior hurling championships along with those in the intermediate and junior football championships now know who will play in their first round.
Team news: Orchard show strong handArmagh have chosen a strong fifteen to face Tyrone in the McKenna Cup semi finals.
Team news: Red Hand selectionThe Tyrone team chosen to take on fierce local rivals Armagh in Wednesdays McKenna Cup semi final reads.
McMahon expecting more of the sameWednesday night's McKenna Cup semi-final between Tyrone and Armagh should be an 'interesting game' according to Justin McMahon.
Setanta unveil impressive line-upThe recently retired trio of Rory Kavanagh, Aaron Kernan and Declan O'Sullivan are the new faces of Setanta Sport's Allianz football league coverage along with former Mayo manager James Horan.
Video: Cavan clubs 'entitled' to team upCavan amalgamation St Joseph's have both reached the semi-finals of the 2015 Bank of Ireland Ulster Under-21 Club Football Tournament and defended their right to take part in the competition.
HS football team of the weekIt's still very much early days in 2015 but the gaelic football scene cranked up a gear over the weekend, here's our football team of the week ...
HS hurling team of the weekCheck out who made the cut in our first hurling team of the week of 2015 ...
GAA tweets: Dublin's dinners sorted this weekKevin McManamon won't go hungry this week thanks to his Dublin team-mate Philly McMahon ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The boys showed great composure when we were under the cosh and especially when Cork brought in their marquee players."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was time to sort the wheat from the chaff in the early-season intercounty competitions.
Final places up for grabs in three provincesThe pre-season action continues this afternoon with 11 football and seven hurling ties down for decision.
Explainer: how the proposed new fixtures calendar will workThe GAA has issued a press release explaining in full the reasons behind the proposed new annual fixture list ...
August date for 2016 hurling final?The GAA have put forward a proposal to counties which would see the All-Ireland SHC final played on August 28th in 2016.
Clarke not ruling out Orchard returnForgotten man Ronan Clarke still habours hopes of lining out for Armagh again.
Cadogan to train Armagh hurlersEoin Cadogan has been appointed strength and conditioning coach to the Armagh hurlers.
Postponements won't hold up McKenna CupThe two McKenna Cup semi-finals, which were slated for this weekend, have been deferred until next Wednesday, January 21 after Storm Rachel resulted in the postponement of four of last night's six round three matches.
Dyas: McGeeney isn't 'flogging us'Kevin Dyas has rubbished reports that new Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney is placing undue demands on his players.
McConnell takes Armagh hurling reinsSylvester McConnell has been appointed Armagh's new senior hurling manager.
McKenna Cup: McParland majors help Armagh weather St Mary's stormGavin McParland netted in each half as Armagh came from behind to beat St Mary's by 2-11 to 0-14 in dreadful conditions at the Athletic Grounds.
Irish Life invest €1million in GAA's Healthy Club ProjectIrish Life has agreed to invest €1million in the GAA's Healthy Club Project.
GPA annual report launchedThe Gaelic Players Association's Annual Report for 2014 was launched today at the offices of PwC by Minister Michael Ring TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.